How can I contact Technical Support?
Visit our Contact Technical Support page if you are in need of technical assistance.
Or call 1-877-583-6711, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I stop pop-up ads?
Pop-ups are annoying windows - quite often advertisements - that are automatically opened and
can begin to fill your screen. Pop-up ads can be generated by normal web-browsing, and severe
amounts of pop-up ads can indicate a spyware or adware problem. In either case, there are literally
hundreds of free pop-up blockers available for download from the web. Windows XP SP2 automatically
includes a pop-up blocker into the Internet Explorer web-browser.
is an extremely popular and successful option for all users. For even more alternatives, you could
visit www.download.com and simply search for
"pop-up blocker" and search through the results for a free version that has positive reviews.
How can I remove viruses/worms?
Viruses and worms are programs that can slow down your computer and destory files. You don't even need
to go to a site or download a file to get worms. See the tutorial for AVG Anti-virus
to see how to remove these unwanted programs.
How can I remove Adware/Spyware?
Adware and Spyware are programs that can display pop-ups, even when you are not connected to the internet, steal
your personal information, or wreck your computer. See the tutorials for Ad-aware
and Spybot - Search and Destroy for ways to remove these unwanted programs.
What are my email account settings?
POP Mail Server:
SMTP Mail Server:
Calling Location: Coin, IA
Number: 712 583-4400
Calling Location: Westboro, MO
Number: 712 583-4400
Calling Location: Burlington Junction
Number: 660 725-4600
How can I check my email from work or from a different computer?
You can easily access your email from any computer in the world that has Internet access.
Simply visit your local homepage, click on the Webmail link and enter your Username and Password.
You can also link to your webmail from the "Webmail" link at the top of this support page.
Why can't I open attachments in Outlook Express?
If you receive an error when trying to open an attachment, or if the attachment is "grayed out"
it is likely a security setting in Outlook Express. This feature blocks access to all email attachments
that contain a file type that could "potentially" contain a virus. This security feature can
easily be disabled to allow access to safe attachments. Note: having updated antivirus software
on your system is extremely important. With current antivirus software, you can safely leave this Outlook
Express Security feature disabled.
To disable this Security option:
What can I do about junk email or Spam?
- Open Outlook Express and click Tools and down to Options
- In Options click on the Security tab
- Uncheck the box that reads "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened which could potentially be a virus"
- Click Apply and OK to save changes
The Postini service is an excellent option for blocking unwanted emails. This option may already
be active on your account. You can click on the Postini link at the top of this Support page to log-in
to your account, or find information on how to activate your own Postini account.
For excellent and in-depth junk email and spam advice, visit the following 3 Microsoft Security articles:
How do I set up my Internet Connection with your service?
Please contact our technical support at 1-877-583-6711.
Why do I get disconnected frequently?
One very common cause for frequent disconnects is a setting in Outlook Express email program. To verify this is not causing your disconnects:
Another common problem are disconnect options in some versions of Internet Explorer web-browser. To verify all of these settings are correct:
- Open Outlook Express
- Click TOOLS
- On the CONNECTIONS tab remove any check mark next to "Hang up after Sending and Receiving
- Click APPLY and OK to save changes
If disconnect problems continue, please feel free to contact Technical Support.
- Open Internet Explorer
- Click TOOLS --> INTERNET OPTIONS
- Go to the CONNECTIONS tab
- Under "Dial-up and Virtual Private Network settings" click once to highlight the default connection and click on the SETTINGS button
- In SETTINGS click on the ADVANCED button in the bottom-right hand corner.
- Next click to remove any check marks next to "Disconnect if Idle for..." and "Disconnect when connection may no longer be needed"